Category Archives: User Design

Top 3 Design Considerations in CRM for Trickle Up Benefits

How Design Influences User Adoption When it comes to design, people tend to use what works well for them. The key word there being “well”. An easy to use CRM with good clean design not only increases user adoption and productivity, it … Continue reading

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4 Steps to Improve Data Consolidation Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM

We often hear from business executives about their concerns with duplicate systems and multiple data silos. We also hear the desire to create or improve “a grand all-encompassing data warehouse” so executives can better understand performance trends as well as … Continue reading

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Would a Surgeon use a Swiss Army Knife

Focusing on tools and software that excel at core business needs for improved returns I guess depending on the surgery a surgeon could use a swiss army knife in a pinch. After all, didn’t Radar O’Reilly use his Tom Mix … Continue reading

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